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These regulations are to be read in conjunction with all other Statutes and Regulations of the University including General Regulations for Undergraduate Degrees, Undergraduate Diplomas, Undergraduate Certificates, Graduate Diplomas, and Graduate Certificates.
1. Admission to the Degree of Bachelor of Speech and Language Therapy requires that the candidate will:
(a) meet the University admission requirements as specified; and will have:
(b) achieved 14 credits at NCEA Level 3 or higher in English and 16 credits or more at NCEA Level 3 or higher in one of either Biology, Chemistry, Physics, Calculus or Statistics;
(c) been selected into the Qualification based on a selection process that may include a written application, interview, and practical exercises;
(d) achieved an IELTS of 7.0 with no band less than 7.0 within the preceding two years if English is not the applicant's first language.
2. Admission to the qualification will be granted or withheld on consideration of the admission requirements specified under Regulation 1, a Police Vetting report and a selection process that may include a written application, interview, and practical exercises as may be determined by the College Pro Vice-Chancellor or their delegate.
3. Candidates for the Bachelor of Speech and Language Therapy shall follow a programme of study, which shall consist of courses totalling at least 480 credits, comprising Part 1, Part 2, Part 3, Part 4 courses, as specified in the Schedule to the Qualification.
4. There are no specialisations for this qualification.
5. Every candidate for the Degree of Bachelor of Speech and Language Therapy shall perform to the satisfaction of the College Pro Vice-Chancellor or their delegate at least 200 hours of supervised clinical practice, in accordance with the requirements of the following courses:
271.256 Field Work and Clinical Skills I
271.396 Field Work and Clinical Skills II
271.496 Advanced Clinical Course I
271.498 Advanced Clinical Course II.
6. In order to progress from Part 1 to Part 2, Part 2 to Part 3, or Part 3 to Part 4 a candidate must have passed all courses in the preceding Part.
7. A Candidate's programme of study may not exceed six consecutive years, unless a specified time of suspension or extension has been approved by the College Pro Vice-Chancellor or their delegate, under such conditions as they may determine. Permission must be sought in advance of any suspension or extension by applying in writing to the Pro Vice-Chancellor or their delegate. Details of any suspension or extension granted will appear on the academic record.
8. Candidates may be graduated when they meet the Admission, Qualification and Academic requirements within the prescribed timeframes.
9. For candidates enrolled in the Bachelor of Speech and Language Therapy the following will lead to exclusion from the qualification:
(a) failure to complete a compulsory course in two successive attempts;
(b) failure to pass courses totalling at least 75 credits or failure to pass at least 60 percent of an approved part-time programme of study in any academic year;
(c) failure to complete the degree within six consecutive years, unless a suspension or extension has been granted under Clause 7.
172.133 Introduction to Language Studies 15 credits
172.234 Phonetics 15 credits
175.102 Psychology as a Natural Science 15 credits
230.110 Tūrangawaewae: Identity & Belonging in Aotearoa NZ 15 credits
254.102 Introduction to Professional and Ethical Practice in Different Learning Contexts 15 credits
271.150 Introduction to Communication Disorders 15 credits
271.151 Anatomy and Physiology of Speech and Hearing 15 credits
271.154 Speech and Language Development 15 credits
271.253 Child Language Disorders I 15 credits
271.254 Speech Sound Disorders in Children : Articulation and Phonological Disorders 15 credits
271.255 Assessment Methods for Speech and Language Disorders 15 credits
271.256 Field Work and Clinical Skills I 15 credits
271.258 Neurogenic Communication Disorders I 15 credits
172.233 Language Learning Processes 15 credits
271.392 Augmentative and Alternative Communication 15 credits
271.393 Neurogenic Communication Disorders II 15 credits
271.394 Motor Speech Disorders 15 credits
271.395 Fluency Disorders 15 credits
271.396 Field Work and Clinical Skills II 15 credits
271.397 Adult Dysphagia 15 credits
271.398 Research Methods for Speech and Language Therapy 15 credits
254.337 Teaching and Learning with Pasifika Peoples in NZ 15 credits
271.486 Speech and Language Therapy Practice and Diverse Clinical Populations 15 credits
271.487 Paediatric Dysphagia and Feeding Disorders 15 credits
271.488 Aural Rehabilitation, Assessment and Intervention 15 credits
271.489 Voice Disorders, Assessment and Treatment 15 credits
271.490 Advanced Topics in Speech and Language Therapy 15 credits
271.496 Advanced Clinical Course I 15 credits
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Last updated on Tuesday 08 October 2019